Football season is back and we’re learning more about this Carolina Panthers team each Sunday. What’s more predictable, however, is the amazing game day atmosphere at Bank of America Stadium. And while we go for the action, let’s be honest — we’re also there for the food.
Bank of America Stadium worked with hospitality partner Levy to bring a wide assortment of food options to the fans. In addition to game day classics like bratwursts, burgers, hot dogs, nachos, roasted peanuts, soft pretzels and wings that you’ll find at concession stands throughout the stadium, look out for cheesesteaks, homemade popsicles, tacos and more.
Below is a list of game day food options. If none of these are up your alley, there’s hope — throughout the season, breakfast sandwiches, loaded mac and cheese and specialty grilled cheese sandwiches will also debut.
Chicken Supremes, seasoned fries and sweet tea. It’s Bo Time!
Where to find: Sections 105, 128, 505, 516, and 543
Loaded nachos, pulled pork sandwiches, pulled chicken sandwiches, and mac & cheese.
Where to find: Sections 107, 116, 136, 511, 520, 538, and 549
A classic Philadelphia cheesesteak — your call on the sauteed peppers and onions.
Where to find: Section 120
Cheese and pepperoni pizzas from the company with more than 14,000 locations in over 85 countries.
Where to find: Sections 117, 137, 523, and 551
Original glazed doughnuts from the global icon with corporate offices and a test kitchen in Charlotte.
Where to find: Section 320
Pupusas filled with cheese and refried beans — with or without ground pork.
Where to find: Section 133
Handmade Mexican popsicles chock full of natural ingredients.
Where to find: Sections 113 and 307
Sabor Latin Grill
Much to our delight, Sabor opened in Bank of America Stadium last year, offering tacos, empanadas, fried plantains and street corn.
Where to find: Section 101
Sando by Chef Dave
Ahi Poke Nachos
Where to find: Section 307 — Club access required
Spudz by Chef Dave
Loaded fries and tater tots. Try them Hawaiian Style, Megusta Taco Style, or Southern Style.
Where to find: Section 118